Typical whore

Tickle me pink fue una banda de rock de la década pasada que lanzaron un disco y tres Ep’s. Lo dejaron en el 2011.

Fueron conocidos sobre todo por lo polémico de sus letras. En concreto con “Typical”, una canción con una letra que en España sería censurada en dos segundos en pleno siglo XXI, y “Madeline”, una canción sobre una chica suicida. Muy recomendables ambas canciones, que aún suenan en mi playlist.

 

She struts up to me 
She whispers my name as if I know her
But I never knew her
She asks me the time
A quarter to one, we go for a drive
I just don’t know her
On the coldest night
In the darkest room
I will sleep alone
‘cause it’s better than you
Yeah, it’s better than you
You can’t play me like that
It’s a matter of fact
You’re nothing more than a typical whore
And I won’t be your fool 
Anymore
I go to her house
Flip on the telly and lie on the couch
But I don’t feel her
Anymore
She asks me to bed
This is the end of my disenchantment
Now that I’m walking out the door
On the coldest night
In the darkest room
I will sleep alone
‘cause it’s better than you
Yeah, it’s better than you
You can’t play me like that
It’s a matter of fact
You’re nothing more than a typical whore
And I won’t be your fool 
Anymore
Maybe some day you’ll get it
Perhaps you’ll regret it
Or maybe you’ll find someone else who accepts it
I won’t be the one
You can’t play me like that, it’s a matter of fact
You can’t play me like that, it’s a matter of fact
On the coldest night
In the darkest room
I will sleep alone
‘cause it’s better than you
Yeah, it’s better than you
You can’t play me like that
It’s a matter of fact
You’re nothing more than a typical whore
And I won’t be your fool 
Anymore
Maybe some day you’ll get it
Perhaps you’ll regret it
Or maybe you’ll find someone else who accepts it
I won’t be the one

There’s a girl back home I used to know
Who cried herself to sleep every night
We all knew, we all knew
Only girl who would ever compromise
Strike a deal with the devil to save a night
We all knew, we all knew
She tried to call me a month ago
To sing me a song that she just wrote
But I wasn’t home, I should’ve known
That time had taken its toll, she had no place to go
They found her body resting by the river
Oh, I never said goodbye, I wish I would have tried
I couldn’t hear her cries as she filled her veins with light
Until she saw the light
I remember we would hide behind the trees
Smoking cigarettes until our throats would bleed
Those were the days, those were the days, yeah
Never scared, never worried that the summer would end
Invincible to every sharp end
We drove so fast, thought it would last
But time had taken its toll, she had no place to go
They found her body resting by the river
Oh, I never said goodbye, I wish I would have tried
I couldn’t hear her cries as she filled her veins with light
Until she saw the light
Madeline, Madeline, you will be remembered
Madeline, Madeline, we still have September
Madeline, Madeline, we’ll see you on the other side
Die
If I could turn back time, I’d find a way to remind you
That some how you could try to give in
And fight the good fight
Oh, you didn’t have to die, you filled your veins with lies
My precious Madeline
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